Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: April 24, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00539
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Pioneer Florida's WeeUr Tabloid H 'LOMESTEAD EADER Bedlaad Serving Sine:District ISII the




AND ENTERPRISE


Vol. 31-No. 17 Homestead Florida Friday April 21, 1942 Price 5 Cents





Men 45 to 65 Register Monday ;








At South Dade School Houses !


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Shipyard 3-Day Pay $163, NOT LIABLE FOR MILITARY




Farmers Net $159 for I ear SERVICE.ONLYFORQUERIESASTOffAREFFORT




FARM BUREAU- Hundreds of Soldiers in First ParadeAt ABILITYCITY


Airport} Camp Redland Drill Field

The white elementary schools of 1

ORGANIZATIONNEED Five companies of .oldlen-from stead was witnessed by a respectable TO INVEST the Redland District will be registration ,

I Camp Redland took'part Monday number of townspeople attracted place for both white and
by the music of the SURPLUSINU.S.WARBONDS co beyond the military
$10,000
afternoon In.the first parade and camp' bugle corp i 1" = register Monday April

ARGUED drill on Homestead municipal A public address system am- I 17, for I classification ai to their
air field since city authorities plified both the music of thebulel'll skills and aptitude for war pro-
turned It over to the camp for and the command by officers duction activities, Wm. J. Geroni-
The need for;; organization that PUrpo'LMa to the troop, mo, chairman o( Draft Board 7,
by Ten thousand dollar worth of yesterday.
the.farroen of the ,United States ) r T. J. Harris wa the The next parade and drill will war bond will be bought by the I II .I.a These school are: Neva King
Lieut be held at 4:45 next Monday
guest of Col. John D. p. m. I
1< eloquently argued by the fact Frederick, camp commander, In It wa learned yesterday, and I city of Homestead with a surplus I land Cooper Farm School Life Homestead School, Redland; Red! ;

that, worker In one California reviewing the troops, and the un- there 1* no objection to the presence i la It* In I'ftand Inking fund, Perrine Elementary School, Per-
shipyard etch received over a precedented spectacle of hundreds of spectator a* long a* they the city council decided Monday rlne.
I .
of soldiers In Home- keep off the field of I
week-end more than the average marching oper.tlona'i night The clerk was directed to. The only negro-school buildingIn
net Income of the farmer for the !purchase the bonds at once. : the district which will be used
whole year of 1939, asserted B. WEATHER registration place 1* the one
a a
THE
ARMY tax for .
BUYS FROM I The delinquent list 1141
W. Blackburn I
secretary of the I at Gould, where there it a concentration -
;American Farm will be published Inline and the
Bureau Federashost Official weather report of the ot negro, population. ,
in addressing a meeting tt Subtropical Experiment "Station:, FARMER'lfL\RKET taV'Oir b'ld'I the tint MondayIn Hour of registration will be
growers In Neva King Cooper Homestead, Florida. July, according to action taken from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m.
School auditorium here Wednesday assisted Parent-
Teacher by
AT FLORIDA CITYThe at the) same meeting.
night Dale "l' | Teacher Association member and
The overtime week-end earningsof April II 71 \\III"I..r'I"I.' The council voted to have the any other who will volunteer
the shipyard worker April 11 12 | notify the civil aeronautics -
were 1168; - city attorney their service, will act a* regis
the 1939 average Income of the April II__... 13 1 .4 |29.83 army camp in HomesteadIs authority that the Home- trars.
American farmer, $159, Black- April 19__ 14 57.1 I a good patron of the Florida stead municipal landing field has Every male person in the United
burn said. Ceiling established after April 21_,_ 90 B5 |29.98 trace" City Farmer Market, say the been turned over to the army asa State other than person specifically -
recent Inflationary rums are AprU SI.....- II 55 |129.85 market manager, C. S. Phillip drill field so that appropriate exempted by law, born on
being given to many products, the April 12-..._ 90 57 | | Tomatoes till being action to close the field for the or after April 28, 1177, and on or
speaker Mid, but when the farmer are time being may be taken by the before Feb. 18, 1897, who have
talks of i ceiling base! on only brought to the market despitethe CAA. : not heretofore been registered
110 per cent of parity (the aver. REGISTRATIONBOOKS fact that the rain last week I John A. Matthew, certified under the act, must register Mon-
age price of farm products over the drowned the larger portion of public accountant of Miami, who
period 1909-14) plan has been city auditor for the past:I day.The
are announced REOPENAT the late crops in this section, Mr. I i registrant will not be askedto
for releasing wheat and several years was hired to audit fill out a questionnaire but
.
corn surpluses at 85 .per cent of Phillip said."Farmers the city book for the three year I. must answer Interrogation about
parity. 1 COURT HOUSE are getting a good from Aug. 1, 1939 to July 1, 1942, I his Identity, his place of residence,
The meeting, held under the au-i price for what tomatoes they at contract price of $275. 'and his mailing address. Also he

Apices of the Dade County unit of, have, too, considering the will be required to U.t'hi. tele-
the American Farm Bureau was Voter In the Homestead area I amount of rain they came Winter Resident Bid I phone, his age in years, date of
presided over by Frank B. Rue of who made the poorest showingfor : birth, place of birth, the name and
Homestead. A musical in their precinct through," he laid "A number Rotary Club Farewell
programby ; many year I address of the person who will
GUI Wynn's orchestra preceded registration, have a chance to redeem ;of truck are buying at the market always knoy his address, his em

the speaking. Short talk were, their normally high repu- every day, and we can make a Farewell remark by Chris ployer's name and address, and
made by George Fullerton of Orlando tation for being politically wide- sale on practically every kind of Lance, Salem Mass, Rotarlan who his place of employment or busi
president of the Florida: awake. Registration books have I vegetable brought to us." with Mr*. Lance has been spending ness.
Farm Bureau Federation; Pete, been re-opened In the office of the winter month in Homestead Those who register on April 27
Linn manager of the Dade County I Carl Holmer, Jr., supervisor of Ripe tomatoes for canning are marked the meeting of the are not liable for military service
branch of the American Fruit registration on the llth floor of 'bringing, 55 cent to the growerat Rotary Club Wednesday In Legion under the elective training and
Growers; and Dr. J. G. DuPuis,! the county court house at Miami *
. the market with buyer taking Hall. service act of 1940, a* amended.
president of the Dade County farm and will remain open until May 1, all that are brought In, the Mr. Lance was high In his They will be required later to
bureau unit I through a ruling made by Attorney praise of the climate of Homesteadand fill out an occupational questionnaire -
In the course of his address, the General Tom Watson. market manager said. and friendliness concerning their civilian
of the hospitality -
national secretary said that the All persons, whether registeredIn The filling station at the market of its people. Mr. and Mrs. qualifications and skill, but that
Farm Bureau' effort to bring efficiency previous year or not must register ha opened and operate from
Lance will leave Sunday on their it for the purpose of obtaining information -
and economy Into the administration -' to qualify* elector In the 11 a.m.to Up.m. I return home. ,only.
of the Farm Security May primaries, Mr. Holmer point
. (Continued on Page Four) out.'I Carter Selects Sugar

J Rationing: AdvisersE. Lions Give Carnival Full Attention I

'I Four Homestead Men:on.Program :. A. Carter, chairman of the As Election Makes Owens PresidentWith

Redland District rationing board, '
Florida Horticultural 1
Ot Society was busy yesterday; selecting five election of officer over: vice-president; Che L. Ooley,

-- advisers who will go with him to the next Important event occupyIng secretary; The E. Kirby, treasurer -
Foul Homestead his Miami Monday to receive Instruction Ed. H. Gallaher, tail twitter;
charge
"adepts and read 4 paper on ctIa.1 the attention pi the Redland
. prior to registration here James M. Wollam lion tamer;
of dl
GIlt former resident of Home- covery a new plant *
District Lion Club 1* the chiton
sfehaceloma poinsettias, which attack ,Tuesday and Wednesday of whoje; Ropt P. Barfield and Richard R
stead were on the program pf the pouuettia Dr. E. S. Andersen Balers aad.retaiaBjvof.-HUH;..;** Tf tWpIIll8L91q.Ieheld Kinat Viirector( for two.jura;

Florida Horticultural Society horticulturist, told-of tomato 1: at the Den In Silver PalmMkVTtMday Jack F, Hammett. director for one'
R which held Its annual,meeting la variety studies made In the I FREAK CRorr TrOn 'night : year1,
West Palms Beach Tuesday Wed Homestead area. 8. J. Lynch assistant .1 limb of peach tree at the Member of the club chose WIlL was announced.
nesday and Thursday of this horticulturist, read II'''home of Mr. and Mrs. Lit Col- H. Owen, former postmaster of Proceed from the bingo game,
week. Nine person from the paper entitled "l hay., a Rode- :tier 1* bearing two big peaches Could, a* their president for the and other games of skin and
Redland District attended the lan Mahogany, a* a Forest Tree ,while the other limb of the tree coming year at the annual election amusement will be used to carryon
sessions, which were held in the for South Florida." I have fruit that will not reach this ,Tuesday night of this week. club welfare work.A .
, George Washington HoteL Three Wm. H. Krome gave a report'!size before another month, Elected to serve with him were: new cub-of-Uwmonth, Tom-
staff member of the Subtropical on findings of the avocado variety This one branch produced like John R. Grave, first vice-presi mi Harris, from Homestead High
Experiment Station took part Dr. committee of the horticultural *o- I early crop last year Mrs. Collier dent; J W English second vice- School was present at the meeting
Ceo. D. Ruehle, pathologist In (Continued on Page Four) said yesterday, president; Walter Welts third this week.



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.Pag Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND"ENTERPRISE ". Triday.. April 24.4frtt: ,


.. ) Voa Gibner, IT, younger son.. f rnITs LbfcAL .\.1 told'b5e ageis of the HonM
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MR& MILLER TO oristraboo dubs ot &
Mrs Oasis Cllmer baa been Accepted You .T4 A traitor-to

by the U. & Marines and try If you do not n-I RedIaad Md. IMnceton at a Btay1 'I

RECOVERDUETO Our expects to leave for. Parrts Island, fit Miss Anna MM : ln| In Key King Cooper; firtoalFriday. :

I Boys in Service a, C, on May It sion nutritionist from I It!

BLOOD BANK AID
Other Homestead boys who recently
* * * * : enlisted In tha marine corps

are,Richard Biggers, son ot Mrs.
Thirteen Homestead persons Richard Fuchs has been .transferred
Georgia Biggers, Steve Biondo,
I responded Monday to the call for from the IJ'tIto the naval son of Mr. and Mrs Phillip Blon. r

blood donon to replenish the supply reserves and has been promotedfrom do, and Ben Shuler, son of Mr. t te

of plasma the Dade County sergeant to lieutenant Junior and Mrs. Jesse Shuler tip
blood bank li supplying for Mn I trade At present he tit at Armed

Beatrice Miller, critically burned Guard SchooNav.l Section Base,
In a fire at her dairy farm near Little Creek, Va. Jack Fletcher has recently been
here 11. were.turnl.hed made a third-class petty officer on
on April They -
with transportation to Mia- I Mrs Oasis Cilmer: has,received the Tuscaloosa % I

mi by Fred Redd. !word that her son Eldred Dewees II

A Miami dairy supply firm that I first class private in the U. S. Ralph Fletcher Is now a corporal I

beard of the S. O S. for blood don- Marine", has completed his course I In Co. D, 124th Infantry at

on lent a truckload of its employees -j/In ae: t photography at Pensa- Fort Bennlng Mrs Fletcher has t

to answer the callMn. cola and is now awaiting orders secured a position Id Columbus,

Miller said to for active duty Ga.

odds of 200 to 1 against survival I

i when taken to the Kendall hotI I

pltal.. reported to be definitely: BOB TAYLORYour Pity
on the road to recovery ai a re-t
cult of the many dally plasma t
transfusions made possible by the' County Solicitor

I blood bank.M. will be in neighborhood

and. R.former(Bud)employee Somers, of neighbor the- 4 I during this your campaign, and JAMES FRANCIS,(Fritz) GORDON

,-; MIllen, who was first on the hopes to talk to each of you. Candidate for State Legislature in Group One

:: scene of the fIre and took theo If time does not permit his Bora la Grlftlo. Ca. Mr Corcoa our pan la Curala BOOM of woMOlo.tlm .'
I burned at Uw an of t. Lain M wo Wow W aepresrrt/.w rkrii m4 bow
woman to the Homestead seeing personally Bob ..u. _.11.. ek.h to tile _, Reswdwe M III I. Itll M. llttdso.
kospltat his car has taken over you oa a npiopiautl.o .. the Florida P.- Off_ A.oodaa.., attended Ike..ooaw ,
be ........ N.. read .
know he About "
wants to sS PIwY.r a..Y.t.rw pear .9e
operation of the milk route and Is you appreciates H. Devise widow .. foresee rloriO sooty Cast aid _.... II...&' In '
I using his car to replace the two '' your support, past and the __rtae eetso-M. .... II...,__ .w dow" with d..ttblw" ,
.. ..d bath adore .. Musel Feb-l. Mr. Gneiss rkdw:
I burned in the garage fir*. MnMillers ; future. that't''win :=. MSM.ko. M es..I -= owner fee v\.1 waved a.rtt..t ,
j : son, Sheridan is home on iJi: toe wtll atkset .. ar..lla ido" _-.wt he a. .t.wd adermel.
; . r oval aroaraoi o> too od to.t w*na sea 11_. sites pas hill pidiral amraojoas
I leave from his aircraft factory Job 'REELECTROBERT .... pees .-w wi"! w .00 ..r.e
, } ta Miami, to be with his sister
field ..
Rtl.a Ad.wtMe. al "
; lid assist in management of his R. TAYLOR .
mother's Interests.
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(This Ad.. MN M "Ferree far WkRar P.wtwhta.-;
C. L. Onw, shale.. ) \
} CHURCH NOTICES xlectSTANLEY I



I 1 SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF I MILLEDGE

, TRUTH Vote for

I.1 Services every Sunday night at 'STATE i

I I o'clock at corner of Roberts f
R. B. G
AUIIEUR.For
d toad and Coconut Palm drive ATfORNEY'f
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CARD OF THANKS h

Mn Beatrice Miller and family State I

0' wish to express their deepest appreciation Former Circuit Judge
and gratitude for all LegislatureGroup

that has been don In every way President Dade County
to speed her recovery and add to f
Bar'Association
her comfort I 1

SHERIDAN MILLER: Former Residentof f
BARBARA MILL.!.R, I
ETHEL MILLER MYERS. Y Sensible Government Redland ,


{; NOTICE Or APPLICATION -I Not :Merely a PledgeA '

t FOR TAX MID Hear Him Speak
} Cbspw .m n. *, ACTS or Necessity! t'
Over WIO
., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that R.....1 I Irrt

.( Tai C.Conltwaua Miller. . ftohhr No .of SU Mat and, and....County lo uod' (Fold Political Ad....._....)
( tko Ha dar of JUB*,'A. D IM1. kaa 1 Each Monday P. 31. t
.t t aaaw la PIT 01'.... and bag ojada 7:15. ,
lieu for a taa dead to ko band t
). Said Cmlfkatoa" oaikrar* the '. 11..1 I Each Friday 7:20 A. M.
oWcrlkrd propntr la the Cwatr at
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state of VlurMo, towlliLot ELECT Political A..ort a hived)
IS low as. Nlfera. a Buk..
Plat Book a. Pan SI, la Uw CooMyof
:i Dad. State of PI.rid. a. am. FRANK B. DOWLING
t looses la Cortiricalo No. m. The
a ent of Hid proportr aitdoT tk.MM .
.( Crrtlflrau Settled wall la Uw same
of B. F. Hudwtoa to
Lot 14 l. 6 S. t.Is and U ton
1144. III...... a Suk. Put Monk SPan E3ectGEORGE' F.
i Sl. la the Couaur of Dad. State r
of Florida. M path..... la OnKkolo, STATELEGISLATORE
Nis .... The b.wverat at sold i
vies under Uw rid c..t"..... kwMda /
> la Uw .._ of .. r. HodUoo.di S. OKELLR
I, V... rid Certlfkntes oholl 100 roe 1 i i
mi nl aorordlnc to law. the pnp rtdoicrlkod >
, L tkmla" will ... sold to UNafckoit
bidder at the Court Moaoa door oa
the tint Wonder la Uw month of Jim.IHI.wklrk .. a GROUP 3
k> Ik. lot dar of Jww IMS.Aalod +R
this flat d., of April. IMSK. .
,.' Clark R LEATMKRMAN Chute Coart. A Redland District I presentative'Group.

no... CJ1orioI... r property owner. Ac* ;
N C. STIItHITT D C.
Itjr j
CImoIt Court Isar tive for !
, r 'Apr. ... MAY I. 11. Ilk 15451 many years 3
Ti ON- in behalf of citrus,
..oj'N Or
fO* TAX DEED avocado and farming:
File suns Your Vote and support
t.: I NOTICE IS HFRkBY GIVEN tliat 1. interests of South 4.
Will Milky bad AIIW MllWr his ..If.koldrra .,
a. aotlanoM ofII.Southern DralaanDMrlrt Dade.
i T.i Cortlfkaloa. Numbered 1711 Will Be Appreciated
I and III. datod tk. ttk dar of AwraM I
A. D 112t, have filed. MM Onlflratoa la TOUR VOTE MILL BE I
: .} air pffka. and Han mad. applkalloo. fur
tax dead to bow there" is weerdso"vi GREATLY APPRECIATEDEDWARD .
with law Sold Crrtlfloaua. taikraro tk.Dadf .
,I IoIlow'.. _...... P_. . ........ ... (PaM Y Political AowtlMOMO.ll (Paid PoIitiAl Advertisement)
Coaatr fhirtda' wklLola -1
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Plat Bush SI Pan 14 to.*. I I
County: .f sM. ...., .f _, r
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of Vakaowa! waa ht under ko ease the STILING Ask Your'Friends and Neighbors ,

4 Uo I .. II Blok t AToradaCoaaar
. Plot Book tT. Pan 14. to Uw
.. CoaM of Dodo. ..... of ......... aaraikoamd To' Elect,
0 ta OaftII.banks No. Mr Tko ,
m. ..unit of aaMaald undo the REALTOR *
OrrtlfMate bard .r is tile _
of ubh..... D..HOROWITZs
Vass std oeeafbaa 100 re Real Estate General Insurance ; : . SOL .
i xJi i "I aoimdlae t* >w, tal deal win -
: hoor Hiirna *o Uw tltk dar of MarDowdtka to

1 *. > flat day of : NOTARY PUBLIC 1-
1 K. a. LL'HE1MAH.. Legislature Group

i o 51.4 cwt, 0.-Clroott",. Coorl. Cor. Palm Ave. and Are:;'B Florida City Fla.

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::. Friday April 24,1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Three


.I TAYLOR RUNNING: I ('

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N" IllS RECORD. .


JIE, TELLS CROWD' Opposite A B D Phone

"I am running on my record ascounty
solicitor, and my bid for McCrory'g 67
your vote and support on May 5
it baaed on that record," County
Solicitor Robert R. Taylor told n
Dade County audience Tuesday .
night "My record lian open
book, and I am proud I can tell
you that my record of convictions DELIVERIES
If the highest In Florida, despitethe
fact that I have never been a
9A.M.-10:30A.D1.-2:30P.M.-4:30P.111.-9P.ill.Saturday
:
persecutor.. I believe it Is equallymy
duty to relieve the Innocent'of '
the shame and expense of a
trial if investigation fails to reveal -I
sufficient evidence of guilt, Armour's Tex 3 LB. CAN 59cPILLSBURY
To those citizens who are not
fully aware of the duties of the LIMIT
,. county solicitor, Mr. Taylor Issued I
a cordial Invitation to visit hU
office In the court house, so that,
I BESTFLOUR
they may have an opportunity to
see the efficient manner In which: -
thousands of cases are disposed at i innually.
) The county solicitor s! 20 Ib. Bag 93c
duties differ from those of al\J'l I
other county official, he points| ,
out He cannot make arrests, and I
must be Impartial as to cases
brought before him. Mr. Taylor I I
Says he and his staff of assistant:
.. Carefully study each case, Inter.' RIM I 5 0 LKG.. 22c
:
view evidence the is witnesses deemed, and sufficient If the,. LIMIT

\, strive for a conviction In the:
Criminal courts. That these case
have been efficiently handled Is CARNATION 3 TALL CANS
" shown by the record of 84%; of.
convictions, he said Tomatoes CAN
lc: MILK LIMIT Z3c

Ij COZATT NAMED

.

II ,SO.ALLAPATTAIIGARDENS FANCY BEEFCHUCK PORK LIVER, lb. 25c
AREA
ROAST, lb. 32c

Joseph B Cozatt, Miami attorney Vi OR WHOLE
! who Is a'candidate for the FRESH PORK OR
WHOLE
/
I f State legislature In Group S, was Lamb Shoulder Ib. 2Oc
I associated with W. H. TruesburgIn HAMS lb. ,
I the planning and naming of 33c
j i South Allapattah Gardens, diver-I GEM
i! allied farming developmeat east i
, ef Goulds and was for many years: FRESH PORK'NECK
j an extensive land owner in that:' OLEO lb. 2Oc
I
I\ section. I j II BONES, lb. He: ,
I 4 Mr. Cozatt has clippings from I ,
Jacksonville newspapers which i
t tell of the movement he led years I SLICED HOT DOG
, ago which resulted In shifting the:

,. to east eastern coast of standard Florida from time.central Prior;( BACON; Ib. 32c SAUCE, jar I5c:

to this accomplishment:: (In 181!):
I Florida east coast residents rose
two hours later arid went to bed
two hours later than they do now, Birds-Eye Frosted Foods STERLING
(one hour later, before daylight

effect saving),. or war time, 'went into i iNr. SUGARED SLICED SALT 2 2ib. pkgs. I3c:

Cozatt came to Florida III I ,
yean ago, and has resided in and'
been a taxpayer in Dade County:
for more than twenty-six yean, Peachespkg. PREMIER QT. BOTTLE
He Is a member of the National
Geographic Society and has spent TOMATO JUICE Zlc
,. many years in the promotion of
, the good neighbor policy with theXatlnAaterkan 19c
50 republics.: He is. NESTLE SEMI-SWEET
t I member, of the Coral Gables,
Chamber of Commerce,and la CHOCOLATE 2 bars
Z7c
member,and a director of the Pan- TRY TII I.- ,
! American League. He became a
member of the Biscayne:
Ledge F It A. M. It yean ago'I I GREEN TOP
is a member of the Scottish: Rite
and Mahl Shrine Temple and a

I member Christian and Church.officer of the First: CARROTS 2 bunches 17c

"We' should endeavor at this ,
time, to crept and maintain a:
large balance In our state treas
ury. This will be of vital importance -I
, when the war is over and wean 2 bunches 13c
i asked to take our part Jo a.I Large Celery
" constructive program of peace- i I ,
when many of our projects maybe !! .
developed and we will be better
f
able to rehabilitate our citizens i
who art now*o Valiantly pOtecti: i
front ing our Interest bn 'the' Hattie;I Winesap Apples, 4 Ibs. ZSc

"Our educational systems must, ....
be maintained at a high standard
and assistance to the aged should I
not be neglected because experience -':,
has taught us that It fs Sweet Potatoes 5 Ibs. 25c
cheaper to maintain them independently -' .
.{ than to maintain them
In institutions with large over-)
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Fare Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday. April 24,1942
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little kingdom which to hU." need for manpower In the war accomplished after the war, when have permanently addled our itlonal
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND Mr. Blackburn pointed out that fort of-1 t tI he bureaucrat will be able to economy with huge bur.
a large army of federal employee I Thee are i foe< things", said I II argue with telling effect against I den of bureaucracy and extrava*.*;
ENTERPRISE recruited 10 yean ago to wage war Blackburn "that leave the admin I II elimination of Jobs. fiance that will ultimately throttle
h on the depression, grew steadily I titration open to the charge that "Ja that going to mean that we'us?" he aiked.
BEN ABCHEB. _Pntldn wad aVtlMAkJOKtl until the advent of war. Now, it 1* placing social objedves ahead '
LKACR ARCI1EE: __ when the war hat wiped out much of war alms. I II
_-___'" said Tram of the depression and! with it the Mr. Blackburn laic that If efforts

..bll....... F,14--s at $w.wwd. P4., need for many of these agencies, to cut out or reduce appropriations *
I. uw Noah 1.0... 'ublt-bl... Company.ausscSlwnOld he said there appear to be a determination I for unnecessary activities I
BUTUItottMt to maintain them at I are unsuccessful now, there PRESTON B. BIRD
j 1a Da4e (:.nay___ /t.N I full strength ftardlesa.of the to little likelihood that It can bel| ,
.f Date rrTJUrek : ___ 11.10 I
Rate. as access slaw nH MttnDM
alareh Ia jolt, at sot arts atxoawWd I Commissioner5th
Florida wfer id. set w I For County
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FOUR MEN Joseph B Cozatt : District


1 (Continued from Pale One) 1 1II
(1 sty, of which the other members -

Could are, Mr Harold Lynch Kendall and W. of F II CANDIDATE FOR I II

Ward of BrooksvUle. Honest is
( ol
Dr II. S. Wolfe, professor
horticulture it the University ol I I II i '
Fearless
Florida and former horticulture 3
Legislature Group I
In charge of the local experiment ,I Able
}' ,lion presided at the teen ion
?,r lie Krome Institute vocad o, \ Energetic '
.> tin of the horticultural code'I .
and read a paper on new vet Efficient
I \t;tjii of mangos for Florida, It' '
1 I' i-paratlon of whit' Mt: 1\\ COZATT WILL NOTBETRAY Civic-Minded

I i lit h had collaborated.
Others attending from this dlti .. Ii
d were County Agent C. II YOUR CONFIDENCE
M,- ffml. Mn. W J. Krome, Mlml ::11
Mrs O W. Calkins and Mn'
"I In rm:>n Holnleln !II I (Patel PIIltlal.U1 He stands for business administration


FARM BUREAUContinued .. In county government and economy
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without impairment of essential func
( from Page One)
i I'' "nnm" had been widely mtsrup-I I tions.
I .miff us an effort to liquidalt e Raymond J. Davis
t' low -income .
i Jnrtner.Nothing .lot Hard" and DoAoI. o.\tt7)
r : could b e further fro I I
: i t nth", he declared. "The fat( Candidate for PiM MUM Aevnth.iii.Bt)
i !Hi I,11,it the bulk of the Finn: Se Railroad Commission I
1 i' '1clients nrc mbsKtenp -=- ::::==
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1 i"I''n, and In the early 'days of/ Group One -- -

I t..u i .Tt'oni';', the Adnllnl tr tlon'h I nn .11.... In r.n..... with HirWrf J. Dr>M, ; for Delicious Home CookingYou'll
i i\! defense against the charger Of a yum rnnlT rommli.liiiitr. d sass chief ....tr
, .f ...... VvMcb <<..,..1..1.! .... Felt grease H4ttrmn.
\ i -Ivc coati was that It wa t i Ckrt oath Florida man.e : like Tropical Cafe for
\ c'I" ..'ix r to maintain! there peers
} ( on firms than It would hove bee:n (P.ld Penises Adv,) its tasty food, its pleasant at

to keep them on relief II mosphere. Do come in soon .
\ Conditions have complete!
changed now. There la real abort TROPICAL CAFE
age of man power In our defer SPECIAL
, industries, and many of these pea- FLORENCE JENNESS BUCK Owner
: pie should be placed in industrli: FELT EUNICE: LEWIS Mir.E .
jobs where they can make bet 27 in. x 45 in. RUGS

living for themselves and clad con- '
j Brown Blue Green e '
tribute to the war effort \ .p.

"Waite, extravagance and bircaucratlc $1.00 each Dinners We alp
tendencies are now or r I '
parent In many of our fedcri :, .tarttnr. .t eater to
y Smith-Graves Furniture Co. lam".
,a enclea-aeeneles which In man .? parties ,f.
tans could well be dispensed wit
entirely or drastically curtailed f the duration of the war, a
"Invariably, when a suggest) _. ====---- .-
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I; made pointing toward the slim' r"
nation of an unnecessary agenc
or the curtailment of It* actlvltle
administration leaden or spoke
men for the lIenl'In'olved In- ,
mediately charge thdie making t he WAST1 E FERTILIZER
suggestions with lack of patriot' In
ind with effort to weaken tl e'
nation by dividing In inch I n-I i
fiances, patriotism becomes a coivenlent -I ,
cloak for the roncealmei!
tithe
of the true activities of the bireaucrat .
which are simply tl
perpetuation of his job and tl he
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Mrs Catherine Potter left Mr*. Herman'Oaczola of Little 1

i FLORIDA CITYBy Thursday for her summer home I River was a Thursday visitor It :

Warrens Servry 1 II t North Haven, Conn. :the home of F. B. Lelnlnger. :

In and Ground -. (

Herman Petzold was taken to .1
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the Kendall hospijal Saturday In rl :

a critical condition. Mrs. Petzold :
Homestead who was taken also is reportedto ,

be recovering. ilBNEBSjjJNEEAlHQMj l ..

I I Mr. and Mrs. F. McGray of 1

Mr. and Mn. Frank Webb are tients at the hospital are: Mrs.!Scandale, N. Y., were Tuesday ..
announcing! the birth of an eight- Rosa Rogers of South AUnpattah visitors at the home of Mr. and

pound ion, Frank Rondalson, on Gardens, Mn. Sally Wallace, Mn. H. J. Brockett. Service ;I
Ambulance
Thursday, April 23, at the James Henry Olsen and Herschel Parker.I Mr. and Mn. David Snow {left 214 lour -{_ .,
Archer Smith Hospital J
last week for their home
Mitchell Blair of Calera, Ala., summer LADY ATTEND.INT "'" I
In North Branford, Conn. -
Sara Grace, a six-pound, arrived Sunday to visit his uncle I Phone 270 Homestead, Fla. .1

twelve-ounce daughter, was born and aunt, Mr. .and Mrs. Corbet' Mn. Charles Clinton; pent the

to Mr. and Mr R. E. Sherard at Smith. week-end In Key West with Mr. "1 :

the James Archer Smith Hospital Clinton.Mr. - '
Sunday morning. Mrs. Sherardis Mrs. H. A. Ekberg of Silver -- -- -- 1

the former Miss Alice Hobson, Palm drive plan to leave soon and M..;. H. L. Sinclair and

proprietor of Alice's Beauty Salon. for an extended visit in New Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sinclair en- Whatever Ih.llab'hatevrr! the Model !
York. joyed a picnic at Matheson Ham-

Mrs Bob Murrah of Miami, the mock Tuesday.
former Mites Helen West, hat come T. S. Jonas who farms here Buick j jmY
Mr. and Mn. Johnny Goat and
each winter left Wednesday for
few weeks with her
to spend a his home in North Carolina.Mr. son, Pal, of Dania visited Sundayat
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. West
parent, the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. !
because her husband has enlisted and M-D.;: G. Spellman! Brockett and Mr. and Mn. J. .
In the navy. He Is now stationed entertained Monday night and' Booker. c (

In Key West. Wednesday night Ensign Jai.l( J ,

Wright of the bureau of yards : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman of '.
Frank StUlman, worshipful master -
and docks at Washington who I South Miami visited Wednesdayat
of F. & { (CONSERVE YOUR CAR) f
of Royal Palm Lodge made a trip to Key West. I the home of Mn., Branche( I "
A. M., attended the meeting of the Chapman. '

Florida Grand Lodge of F. & A. M. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee are I ServiceIs

in Jacksonville this week. entertaining Mr. Lee's brother-in-I Visitors at the home of Mr. and ..

law and sister Mr. and Mn. o eo. 'Mrs R. E. Scott, Sr. on Sunday
Mn August Heucr former resident were: Mrs. Nina Brandenburg designed to Insure the maximum usefulness and performance
Allison of Dupont, Ga., end their
of Redland who has visited Li Robert Allison, and ,Mrs. Gladys Cllett, Mr*. Alma from your automobile by giving It regular, carefully planned ,
son,
this past month with the Rev. and daughter, Joan !:DoxMe, R. B. Scott, Jr., Miss I attention. t
Mrs. Gee E.: Detral and Mn. Jas I I Shirley Doxsee and Bobble Brand- i ienbuvg A special kind of service designed tar the Ibnee W*

E. Elder, is now a pelt at the Herbert Booth has been made nil of South Miami; Mr. i, most wmerrve our ran because we we no long** MM we CM

home of Mr. and Mrs Frank secretary of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity I I and Mn H Brandenburg and get new on.* worn we want them..

Stillman. ,ibe plans to leave soon at the University of Flori-I loon Arthur and Mn. Rudolph Yet turn ever to w the Job of nmemfterts* ewarjrttfauronr

for a one-month visit in Atlanta dq, in Gainesville. i Young of Homestead; and Betty Ii i iBnltoy I r ear' needs dew for hi- abrlertion. chaw .f ell furl

before she goes to Philadelphia ,i of Redland. Mn. Scott Is filter cleanbic, t'1I1tetI1ash eheck. enftM taming, tire lm'llf'hlnl. { 1
for the summer. After Mr. and Orvil Irwin, son of Mr. and Mn.i slowly recovering from her recent :' headlight JiwpeclhM. oil niter renewal, wheel hearlntH lubrication '
Mrs Heuer moved from Redlnnd Frank Irwin, has beep ill since I
illness. i I brake adjusting, iMpertlon and filling of battrrv.cheeklnc ,
i
they IKgd In California five years Sunday. i !' of cooling or lions, and checking of muter brakecylinder.
then moved to Atlanta) where Mr. i Mrs. P. A. Bowman and dnugh- .
Mn R. S. Clark has been ill Tm /
last December ter, Rhoda Jean of Hnllandnlu : f
Heuer cited I IMr. the part three days. A C-Y-C chart list. all taw service*--and more-and the
from till Tuesday
visited Saturday ;
mileage at which they should be performed We' wt up a i
.. Henry DuBoIs and children .
at the home of Mrs. E. J I
Mrs. Darby has returned
of Jupiter spent Friday and Roy Rhodes. 0MM I record for your car and the attentions given it; all guesswork
Saturday hare with Mn DuBoli from a two-week trip to Georgia i and trusting to memory are eliminated.
She went by way of Lakeland so I
mother Mn J. B. Tower.Billy Muffle Davenport and '
that she could take Mr. Darby'sparents I MB Bonnie Myefiof Miami We call for jour car regularly,
Walton and; ; ElWIn I Mr. aod Mrs. A. A. DarbyOf II! ;
Cooper
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. j service it regularly, bill you for a small
with her for a visit I
came to Homestead< for the weekend that city, aVid Mrs. W. E. Myen.
from Tampa where they are'at their old home in Vidnlla. ) .__ I amount regularly-and that's all there
j !
defense in NYA i iil
taking courses an Vernon Turner of Stetson University is to it. ,
school. All Florida Is Turning 'I
faculty spent the week-end I
il Your ear not only receive the .rernbr preventive care :
Jsabcl-Ser here with his parents. Mr. and'sit
Mn. of Phila- WILBUR i that put off major attentions as long as possible but you :
delphia if spending a month In Mn. Geo. W. Turner. j i C. KINGOf I get plenty of advance notice when such major operations are I

Homestead with her son-in-law Robert left Friday to take Unto Omlr j about to become necessary.

and daughter, Mr. and Mn. Frank charge of a chain grocery store The Producers' Candidate for I I
I Give as a call.PRESTON 4I
In j I
Georgia.
Morris.Kir. Rairoad Commissioner!; I

H. C. Bohl left for New York: (Against .Ifrn Cartor-CrM Mi. I) I !'
and Mn. Louts F. Muenchof I
I. PEOPLI ARK WAKING >'P to Ik B. BIRD MOTOR COMPANY
I
Springfield Mo., and their two Tuesday I ............* ., this C..I.'.... irklrli r a
I *.!. silk RATES. ..4 BKRVKBS ., i
young sons, Bernard and Paul R.iI.\ ..... T...... DIMM and T.l.- I I Opposite Legion Tag Office i
Webster are visiting Mr*. phrao.I '
AIR CONfllTTlNK PRODUCERS (shy pay the fed.lil>
Muench' mother, Mn. C. W. < ROM PR SKATE II COMPOSTAftormiu. WEED kiN(.. An Active r>rm.r. lib S. Krone A\e. at 5th Street Phone 18 i
McEwen: I .. S P. M. ... r.rcwrr, M.r,k.n.-H I to I Children. IX AJ.lt.. .... Bin ... lei Hit fTii ......Inl. "gas to IliM P. M.Ad.a.du. fight Imr R... ..-vkkk will .
Mill Nella Sault left for Washington . ._ _...- __ Sic, plus Us Lace In Pr4mtmn' packets .
D. C., Saturday to tako mi .h:7":: : : ..lrl.. M tmr N.1.. I.
Rink .
Venetian Skating
S. THR PKOPLR NPro A IK.HTER
a civil service position at typist.I I7.. W. 171 Aw. Miami II. II.. taught h''. war kr Hard PHONE 530-J
111I0" Commas Sens and P......_
Min Sqphfi Ahfers who hasbeen I T OF the >_l.. IM I. FOR the peopleAYD'
'H8 IMIPHNT RRRNDER.
visiting Mrs. W. K. Walton I I' 4. Hid BNTIHK RECORD 1..s..f The Welding ShopAt
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Hnulflik Ptibllo 8 oli _
the past month will leave soon Dr. Leonard. Haskln T Palm.., Rae.4, and- r.......
for Ler home In Ludmgton, Mich. I I. AM RAILROAD rOMMISSIOVFRk ( rear of r. a Bird Service Station
I Will .. .. the J.k fw the >M>I_
Donald R. Smith of Iimornil, aped.GLASSIESPllllnt ._ and kw l- lk.t, while In that attic, for service on all kinds of
end ....,.. I IMl k* will NOT nn fr our Mhwt.
automobile accident victim, un- R. at PU. ICvnpUtolr Then OLD fri.ado--.d NEW MM electric and acetylene welding and
N. R. Pint BU 11"-0 .M .. his rltoKINO _
derwent
foot
a amputation Air CcWIttoM J
' tion at the James Archer opera-I. C.I Terms A IS IN FRONT MACIHNfe SHOP WORKNo

Hospital Thursday Medical pa YOUR lie mil VOTE Deeply AND Appreciate ACTIVE job too big. Bring us your troubles i

SUPPORTPollHml R. L GODWIN Mgr. i
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Paire Six x HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday April 24, 1942




. .: Social t M' Events, i .S .4 uth"D v. 1 d.r n 4 : ,'\ "l







_ MISS GERALDINE ANNA REITZ IS UNITEDIN MISS ELIZABETH SKILLTO MISS LEWIS LONGAKER FITZPATRICK ;
WED ROBERT GENTNER II
.' MARRIAGE TO THEODORE OLDENDORF Mr. and Mr*. Frank Laulter WEDS MYRON ELLIOTT POTTER, JR.

Skill announce the engagement ot -

M Cleraldlne Anna RelU and "their daughter Elizabeth Perle, to Mr. and Mn. R. H. Fitzpatrick Mr. Lee H. Lehman and Mri.

Ti,{ }doii, August Oldendorl were Robert R. Gentner of Washington, are announcing the marriage of I Frank L. Skill had turned the inside -

united: In marriage at the Home. D.C. their daughter, Lewis Longaker, of the house Into a bower of
lit,d Presbyterian Church Sunday 1. The wedding will take place in, to Myron Elliott Potter, Jr., on palm* and hibiscus and amaryllis
caning at 7 o'clock by the r Washington late in May. Mn. April 18 at 11 o'clock. The ceremony blossoms.

pi tor the Rev. George H. Ricks.i Skin will leave for Washingtonthe took place in the shade ofa The young couple left at once
., The ceremony, wa witnessed by ahost tint of May, and Mr. Skill giant plthecolobium tree on the for Connecticut where they will
of friends who filled the I I will fly there for the wedding. I lawn of the Fitzpatrick home visit Mr. Potter's father and pay

church to near-capacity stead on Redland road. a call on the bride's brother, Lt
f rnOTIIERO-ODOM: WEDDING I The rites were simple and beau Francis H. Fitzpatrick.
f::hI from the letting sun SOLEMNIZED IN SILVER PALM
tiful and the setting, all that a The bride, a graduate of the
shone through the stained glasswindow I
Mill Eva Madeline Odom and
Homestead schools, graduatedthree
Florida letting should be. was
back of the pulpit, and Alvin Eugene Prothero members
from the Florid-
lit front of It were arranged in 'of the clan of 1939 of Redland The Rev. T. A. Ferguson, pastorof State years College ago for Women where
balanced effect palma and bouquets Homestead Methodist Church
High School, were married Sun she majored in home economics
of Faster lilies and Queen read the marriage service, end
day afternoon in the Silver Palm
She is also
Ami's, l bite in wrought iron floor Methodist/ Church by the pastorof Mrs; Floy Watson played the nup- sician., an accomplished mu
i vases a tial music-the traditional wedding -
the church, the Rev. Jesse E. The bridegroom Is a graduate of
The bride, daughter of Mrs. Waller marches, a fifteen-min
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of
Albeit Frederick RelU of Homestead I The bride wore a white crepe ute program before the ceremony I Troy N. Y. He to- enter
was given in marriage by dress of street length, white ac- i and MacDowell'i "To a Wild !the service expects ensign In the
ai an
her brother, Albert, of South : epsories and a corsage of pink Rose" during the ceremony. ot the
engineering corp navy earlyIn
Miami Mri. Otha J. Hackler of I
roses. Present were the oldest, closest
Miami was matron of honor and A reception at the home of the friends of the two families and May. .
Miss Bonnie Belle Myen of FlorIda I bridegroom' parents, Mr. and ; the home economic classes and ERRY.CLOSE-

city and Miami was maid of I Mn. R. W. Prothero, followed the teaching staff of Everglades High FORTEN
honor The brldegroom'i belt II School where the bride has ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr.
|| MRS. TED OLDENDORF I ceremony. taught
I and Mn. J. E. Close are
man WW. Augustus Wynn of
The bride a daughter of Mr. since her graduation from college.
Homole.ul Olin Wright and view lection southeast of Florida I and Mri. S. O. Odom of Prince Preceding the bride cam the announcing the engagement of
OrIn Smith were usher I City lie attended Homesteadi their daughter, EdwlnJ0
ton, ii a graduate of Homestead bridesmaid. Miss Cecelia Harper i
i I The bridal party entered to th i I High School, later assisted his Business College. a senior at the Florida State College Charles E. Fortenberry.
Itri,in ,Beethoven's wedding!: | lathf'r.he late G R. Oldendorf, The bridegroom ii employed by I for Women, who flew down The wedding wUl! take place

.. tntirc "rayed on the organ by i Iin his plumbing business, and li I Pan American Alrwayl. from Tallahassee for the event. early in May.BIRTHDAY .

r TO ( F. Robinson The rece now an engineer athe Home. They are Jiving in Miami. Her gown was of beige -crepe and SURPRISEIS
t " i vas Mcndcluohn'i wed i stead and .
municipal light water I her corsage, of salmon pink rose.
din; ." ,h. An organ preludeb i. plant. 1ISITORC HONORED buds. GIVEN FOR TWO
1 > I li n binaon, which included"t I: i !I I AT BRIDGE PARTIESA The' bride, wearing a white A surprise party was giver .t
I I'I the home of Mr and Mn. A. C.
Handel, "Flnlandla"bv
it" Iiy I BRIDAL SirOntR TO BE GIVEN dessert bridge luncheon given crepe afternoon gown and a corsage
Sib,-Hun, "Serenade by FOR MISS GLADYS ANDERSON ''I by Mn. Adrian Jacobs Friday, abridge of white rosebuds, cameacross Albright Friday night In honor of
'I the birthdays of Mr. Albright aril
i Schuben\ i and "Invocation" oy: Miss Gladys Anderson who 1.1 luncheon given by Mn the lawn on the arm of her '
Miss Gladys Anderson.
Wagner wai' followed by At'Dawning "loon to wed Henry Kitchen will I Wm. L. Sawyer Monday and abridge father to meet the bridegroom and
| Present besides Mr. and Mrs.
lung by Mri. Wm party given by Mn. A. A. his best man, J. Herman T. Mc-
be given a shower this afternoonat
Albright and Miss Anderson Wf're'Mr.
r Mu..*lwhite, with accompaniment
organ
I Payne Monday night were Gee of Everglades.On .
the home x>f Mri. Anna Backer among
and Mr*. Ray Albright, Mrr.Lena .
by Dr. Robinion.
the event which (honored two the palm-shaded lawn northof
In Modello. I
Knowing, Mr Ruby.
J The bride was lovely In a lon The hostesses are: Mn. Backer visitors, Mn. John B. Kom of the house, the bride cut the *
Schmidt
Miss Margaret ,Albright
gown of white silk Jersey madwith *' Mri. A. C. Albright, Mr*. R. L. Chicago who I II vUlting her broth- tint slice of her wedding cake.Her .
Henry Kitchen and Emmett Anderson
high neckline, long sleeves,'I Scott, Mri. C. F. Waldron, Mri. tr-ln-law and sitter Lt. and Mrs. high school classmates finished
fitted midriff and full flowing C. Q. Calderwood and Mn. Ruby Sawyer, and Mn. L. H. MacDonald the cutting and serving of
'L ikirt. Her veil of finger-tip Schmidt of Miami. of Kansas City who left Tuesday the cake, and her pupils from Everglades The Homestead Art Club will

length hung from a halo of lace .. after a visit with her brother served punch and ice meet Monday at 3:30: o'clock W
and orange blossoms, and her n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrif cream. the home of Mn. E. L Stream., ,
; flower were a shower bouquet I The CalendarApr. M. Hieronymu

of lilies Mr*. B. M. Hindman gave a
The maid of honor and the 24-Meeting of Redland luncheon party for Mn. Korn yes- UUt.wilft'SAI'Ett) y ? DRUG iTOR{

matron of honor In aqua and yellow .' Home Demonstration Club. '..rday.I .

respectively, wore gowns 'I Apr. 24-Work meeting of
fashioned with sleeves and I I
puff I' Princeton Homo Demonstration \
long skirt Each wore a halo of Club at home of Mn W.
flowers of contrasting hue and Bethea. W'I( ANN'S .
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: each earned an arm bouquet Apr. 27-vMeetlng of Homestead caws '
match her halo. Art Club at home of Mn E. L.
Mri. Cl. R. Oldendorf, mother Stream on Silver.Palm drive west IMPORTER HAVE YOU A IN10
1 of the bridegroom was dressed of Cooper road. .3S LINCOLN ROAD

in,white crepe with white accessories Apr. 28-Lions carnival in Den. Miami Beach lf Milt
and Mri. Reitz was dressed ONLY the best is ,
Apr. -Installation dinner of
In row and white with white accessories Woman'i Club and Junior Woman' THE GREATEST good ,enouih for if

Both wore corsage bouquets Club at Bamboo Tavern. Dr.bThat's Di/oe chose PunHi why-
of talisman roses. Apr. 30-Home Demonstration SALE w
sON Ct* Liver Oil ,
After the ceremony a reception Club achievement day observance FI.Wid AMrMd CeIo "
t. was held at the home ofhe May 1-Meeting of Episcopal HmtadStfrlNipflatotthe
I bride. The tint slice of a two- Auxiliary at home of Mn. J. O. LINCOLN ROAD. Dioooe Quintu- ,
tier wedding cake was cut by the Roman. Entire Stack Drastically p.... And thit'i way r J

bride, and the other slices were May 4-Garden Club pot-luck Reduced wise mothers everywbere Ot
cut by the matron of honor. Mri. dinner for soldiers in city park. choose these ,
Wynn presided at the punchbowl May H-Buslnesi meeting of SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT and eater RnU T.".- %

Homestead B. P. W. C. Entire Stock 4.Qaml y' PretImt. 1.rte1, _
: After the bride had donned BLACK AND' NAVY
her traveling dress of ihrlmp colored .I
silk with matching wool COATS NOW'

Jacket and Mack accessories, the

liewly-weda left on a honeymoon a*.i'l *
trip through the Ita te. I fir; Fix* ......... 1695

They returned Thursday evening U4 Toast.e J & J Baby Oil. m.._.........,. .. .... ,.....50c and 89c
and are now residing at the tnhrir Print
home of the bridegroom'i: motheron i I 11." to UM Glycerine Suppositories .............?,............ ,25c
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s. W. Second avenue. I I '"\ DRESSES ,Bottle Warmer...._.............,..........?.......? $1.00
t bride la editor of
I The society t': Baby Banks .........................................25c and 50c
the Homestead! Leader. Born in : Maw an" a" ft".b Wks, ...I .

North Muskegon, Mich., ahe came .T..._..........-..s.t..0 I...........M.._..d Baby Blankets ......_.._...........:._.;.;; .::::..:, 89c

to Florida City, with her parents OMD,tojttn?WOTM oLnqulatlelovellM -....L 1.- 156a. Baby Bibs .................._.........._..__._...... 59c
and later attended the school wflh TfierKtque, the
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there and la Homeitead. After ttMterUM method! t . Cool. { 5.95 8.95 10.95 Crumb Catcher Bibs........._.....,-::_. 59c'

her graduation from Homestead. safe' eonfortablel Pyrex Graduated Cup.........._:.-._.....::.:...: 98c
School in len ihe attended
High ,
1A for LVSt'*Kl'8tr rVR TRIMMED '
Homestead Business College I Water BottlesBottle'Tongs _......-....sus,0-\ I ..G :.:- '15c

She has been IIh itaft of theleader dhvcmiquL COATS ...__.::5:..... .......,6... Me
since October, 1938. For Genuine s
the pa txtwo yean the has been Fox: ColUraAn 45 Bottle Brushes _..._._-w.-.:.._. ..._ :... 25c

active In the work of the Junior On ts.Abi.r. .'' Colon Pyrex Bottles ...._._._...;.._._..:_._ ..__ 20c
'W} "lran'a Club of Homestead. an:! .::: ;::. I Iill1 All 81m .
h brow chairman.of the Red Cross : Anti-Colic Nipples ................................ ..3 for 27c

.nil fiiuuic* committee ai wen MtolMure SJirAQfii FOR MONDAY ONLY Viosterol .......................,...............................,.. 59c
-eiect of that organUa- SALON I All Dinner and Evening

***: >. y. II I GOWNS & WRAPS Jack
', 'Qldeodorl: wai' tom In SIX MfCm AnfcmN. .d. DIXIE DRUG
Ace.a OmM-4 .ae : Pak lohmenrhraM
Cleveland O. and.. was > K PRICE
,here by his parent in U'h\1 Phase In : M aU till
Che;;' hooiert *dl, tnIM L

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Friday April 24HOMESTEAD 1EADER AND ENTEEPMSE Pate S.vert


< *. a inilil bead bjtloj was .. Mdt ,
Bpanal rn .._ DMrM Ma.. S.
Dad Ooot..... rbrM* hi ..mu8sw with
the .-- ... ....._.. us the

: IA 4b.rid within...I.tt.the.5)- mined.u sad.: the a"whkh = CLASSIFIED I ADS I IFOR
lsocial: Events I, ]
: resolution. Ie Ie ... 11._

,COUNTY.a.dw.PUBLIC A.MKaOLUTION AMOUNT", INSTRUCTION n nAlIU.wIt or 0


> ACCOKPLIIIH: Time PIIRPOBLS KKT
:' MISS VERA FLETCHER BECOMES BRIDE I FORTH IN A PETITION OP QUALIFIED (00 SACKS LIME: cheap, U S.
ELECTORS WHO) ARK PRRkHOLDFlUKFJUnlNQ : RENT I
Shcer, Navy Yard P. O. Box
IN SPECIAL TAX It'HnOL :,
OF HOWARD WARDRIP IN SILVER PALM DISTRICT No. S, DADE COUNTY P1XV.RIIIA 628, Homeatead. (atttf
THE RATI OP INTEREST THIAHR PARTLY furnished house In Florida !
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!I I'I SHALL BEAR. THE DATE
THtNKOP.: AND THE MATURITY City; running hot and cold FOR lasting beauty, plant f la-,
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Fletcher are'ville 'where Mr. Wardrlp Is ,
engaged -
PATES OP PRINCIPAL AND INTPH.
water; fruit trees; nice yard. mondln. Full line of citrus trees,
this week announcing the marriage in defense work. j 11 EST; FINDING AND PKTKRMININa
'I THE NIX.kK8ITT PUR PROVIDING Kill Apply Homestead Leader, Phone Roberts Nurseries, Epmore dr.,
of their daughter Vera, to i The bride, since childhood, had''THE HOLDING OP AN ELECTION TO I Homestead.
2. (a24tf) (pmlS)
AUTHOR1ZH THE ISSUANCE THIIRK-I: .
Howard Wardrip of Louisville, been an active worker in the]I
OK
ANI> ORDERING THE: ISSUANCE
Ky,. In the parsonage of the SI.I I church, and she was salutatorian'1P BONDS OP SAID SPECIAL.. TAX! FURNISHED house In Florida 400 LIME: TREES t months old,
SCHOOL DISTRICT N. I, DAD
ver Palm Methodist Church of her class In Redland High|t'OllN'ry. FLORIDA, ADOPTED MARCHes City.'1nqulre Mr*. Hunter Telephone sacrifice price, 35c each Cleopatra

Thursday evening, April- 9, at 7 I I I,School. In the University of Mia-, A D 1I4LWIIKKEA8, than has this d.r .... i office. (alTtf) rout stock-superior to

o'clock. I I i ml from which she received .j.jI }lirarnud to mil flirt with this Hoard rough lemon for disease and

The marriage ceremony was {I Bachelor of Arts degree she was I the .tlilan of William J. Go..ol._ W. FURNISHED house. Mr*. Irene drouth resistance. Buyers re
R. Mini and Frank L. Skill and l 4 ollur
performed by the Rev Jesse E.j la member of the glee club and aj qualified ......... who an 'fiwk 1_ n..along Shanklin, Florida City. (pa24) move treta. Geo. II. Fitzpatrick .
memeb rot Beta Phi Alpha within RlfrM Tax School District Nur.nja rd. i24ll.
Waller, pastor of tthe church. sorority No. t, Dade Couotf. Hiirldt., muMIIni ( )
The bride was attended by Mn. and she served as assistant'I)the I", .._ of bonds kr and 0 most TSrknol .. ONE-ROOM furnished cottage
!:librarian. After her graduation District No. S In the principal ram Rear Free Methodist Parsonage LOST
Definition Rivers at whose
marriage ; of Slto.OOO, UM ".anal. to b. derivedfrvm _
she had been bridesmaid. the taught two years in Okeecha- the .... *f Mick bonds to .b. >M4rarluiilirvly Florida City. (Pa24): )
'bee and this teacher of'' for the followlnff BurpnM*. LOSTGold bar pin In \, u rat) of
Mr. Rivers served as best man.Present year was to-.lll
I FOR SALE post office. Valut'd" keep
English In Homestead Senior High
I CoiMlrtKllon of auditorium In the
(C. an
also Mr. and Mr .
were ,
School. tk. .ln.n of the Hn m.tmd High lake. Return to Mrs M A,
Fletcher, Mrs. Ralph Fletcher of I 11rhud..rod. furnishing and mtilpplx Berger, Krome ave. and Tenth
The bridegroom of Mr. and
son tics
the anal STEEL barrels, used cross
Miami Beach and Mrs. Waller.
Mrs. L. H. Wardrip of Louisville,I (bl) Alteration HI.h and .SchoJ quipping. UrnnuluKfor prvxnHonrnMd and 600 sacks lime. L. S. Spencer street (a24.inyl)
The bride tailored dressof
wore a was graduated from a boys' high 626
n tafrterliic Navy Yard P. O. Box LOANS
henna hue with black accessories school in Louisville where he had <<< ) Kncllon of a near srainailum In the Homestead. (alOtf)
HunuaMd ml the Mid building U ,
and a corsage of tea roses R. O. T. C. training. He has been .. anrtod In th lclnwn. of the prnt .. LOANS TO MODERNIZE,
and violets. wised nM of MM. sr... fw
deferred from army service because nt.h/.. and ..ulpplr.. of th* .._I FULL BRED cocker spaniel pup REPAIR AND REMODEL!: .
Immediately after the ceremonythe he Is working In a defense (4)) HMtlnr. _in. nlwrntlon monfHon. pies 11 N. E. 10th street Phone Grove Residential and Business
addltloiM and far .11
uuipmnl
young'cdupla-left for Louis- plant Present ........ building lltatd within 9108. (alOtf) Property are available through

Mid Bpatlal Tax School ObUMNo. BROOKER LUMBER: CO, INC.

; AMltSINQ'P.ROGRAM ENLIVENS DINNER (a) Purchase SI .f wMltloiial arkoal; IM GUAVA JUICE for sale. J. H Suggestions:

j. I within MM _'.) Tnl School. District Roberta, Waters' Barber Shop. Add extra rooms or porches
N.. 9. I. laMllaM, ta k* arWrailn
GIVEN FOR HOMESTEAD CHURCH CHOIR kr the trustees *t Mid dtotrkt and aS-17) New roof and other repairs
k*, Th* _OIl of PMblla iMtrneuoa
of Dad c...&,.-Florid land ,I-ACRX lime grove 2 miles from Convert garage Into apartment

: A witVprogoam.was presentedat guaon, Miss Helen Hooker Miss WRERKA, after cartful, lnMtlatla, bank bldg. Can be bought on Convert house into duplex apU

,the fellowship covered-dish Effie Booth Geo. Ranaon, H. L. this Board kM aA.rtalnd Out Mid aUtlon terms. Mrs. M. A. Berger, MONTHLY PAYMENTS

dinner given in honor of the choir Brown. and Willard Norman. wu ....... k.. ask kM than lit of, Krome ave. and 10th street. $100, 18 mo. repay $588 mo.
too duly qualified slaters who Ioe
of. the Homestead Methodist Others present not already .... and who ..14. within asN LvaWTs. '(mZTtl) $1000 36 mo-m '31'4 mo.

Church in the recreation rooms named were: the Rev. and Mrs. Bckool District M*. Si and (1000, (0 mof-repay $2167 mOo
WH".RII:"" after careful InvMtla-itlM, .OH BALL Tropical plants dims I$ OOO, 60 mO.-repa $10631: mo.
of the church Wednesday eve T. A. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Jason ndrtM and MMalutlon with too patron,
principals and treatises of MM trees and tropical fruit ii
toacknra
Avery, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
ning.Mrs. Spatial T.. Wheal District. No. .. ttaotCounW. season. Jungle Grove. Ho-dUn. Loam Can Be SecuredTo
Lloyd ,Field served as Close Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ditter FuirMa. the Superintendent of Modernize and Repair
Publle Instruction 01 Dado County.. Ploy.. road and Plummet drive. I
general chairman and Mrs. B. M. Mr. and Mrs. Casper William, LEASED OR MORTGAGED
I d.. and der careful study and analysisof
Hindman, acting president of the Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Esker Mr. tho ..MUne 'uliIUoo and ,anditamla PROPERTY

W S. C S., made the address of and Mrs. J. L. Ballard Mr. and Including said .....101)present T. tthool bonded. District indrbtedn.s. N.. a.

welcome. Members of the W. S. Mrs. Daniel Williams Dr. and I and p..hlo ratan r.turm frets rosytb. Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTIONof

C. S. In choir robes Impersonated Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mr. and Mrs.:I M .aVtormlmd. this Board that I* of It the If opinion n.re..sry and and kM BOMEICOMES Commercial Buildings are also

the choir In a hilarious number, J. W. English Mrs. J. A. McNIell I Mmllnl for: the adVqiut and pr.pw available on MONTHLY PAY.
.. ........ irkooli of
of tree
.1. UM public
MENT PLAN Rrvoker
Mrs Roy Darby gave an amusing Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Mrs. Vivan i Mid district that 1 0o... of gold district In through

history of the choir, and Mr. Booth Mrs.'A:-S. Moye, Mrs. A.' the anmi. nod for too anrpoM k>nlnnbo" <* Lumber Co.Wayside .
.rod In MM petition Mt forth n* bawd:
Hindman played a piano solo. Mayo, Mrs. E. S. Cspllnger,. Mn. now _.... k* I* Stands, Barns, Caroline

Table decorations of red white C. H. Otis, Mrs. Clarence Smoak,l RESOLVED kv Th. Board of Public Stations, Utility Bid*., Tourist

and pink flowers and corsages Mrs. Ranson, Mrs. Brown Miss I the Instruction<% bond.f of Dade Mid'Countr.Imperial Florida.Tai Srhotil that Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage

and boutonnieres for choir members Mary McNeill, Misses Sue and I District No. e. la the warrants principal Poultry Buildings, and various
sum of '110._ k* ........ provided. the other industrial and commercialbuildings
SamJ. Helen Barbara Williams
were provided by Mrs. Moye, same b> autkornud and appnimd kr the
Davis. Miss Helen Livingston Eleanore Williams, Fay and Ray affirmative mt of a majority
attended to the registration. Caplinger Mary Lou Mussel- gmllllrd siding In starters MM district who at an the fn.kold lvrllon.ra 1.n."Ind FIRST: outside city limits.MONTHLY .
"
Choir members present were: white, Mr. Estell, Mr. Darby, Mr. ..... ..._ h....... ord.nd to Ioe hold I PAYMENTS

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Williams Musselwhite Chas. Williams, Sr, rUHlnER k* It RESOLVED hit If the kv $100, 18 mo.-repay $3.(to mo.

Mrs. Geo. Estell. Mrs. Wm. Mus- Charles Brown Yates and Keith nuance of MM limits bt ulhorlird k> theaffirmative : $1000 38 mo.-repay $31.94" mo.

selwhite Mrs. Ivan Motor, Miss Faker Charles Williams, Webster of Mid vou district of th who* duly.r. fnrkold.ra qualifiedelectors And so homes should be) $2 00, 38 mo.-repsy $79 U mil.W. .

Antoinette Allis Fer- William and Musselwhito.I In tk* MM turn of llU.OOt
Miss Buddy
Moye ul.. the Mm* . bear date J..t' kept fully repaired also have F. H. A. LOANSfor
l.4t. and shall bear I......' nt too rate
I I of 41, per annum parable. vnil..nnunlly needed alteration should New Homes payable monthlyover

MRS. E. H. COLLIER TO SERVE AGAINAS OIl the lt dv of May and Nmnntor of. be made and comfortable 20-29 years.
.
I I arh nkndar past I to b* vMrartd br Inbnt I'
OF MONDAY MUSIC CLUB ,wpm and the principal thereof for the
PRESIDENT housing provided
the Mid sum of SlSO.Oon hall brroni duvI We furnish ;.deas, estimate, and
and payable In luUllnwnU and aa Ik* family[ materials.
dntM M follow, la-wit .
.6,.... a* may 1, IS44 and a robe sum There Is no obligation In discussing
rosebud adorned each
reelected and
Mrs. E. H. Collier was roses, a The ABC Monthly Payment
on Har let of Each slider rmr thrro- your needs with us Phoneor
president'of the Monday Music salad plate. after t* and including Mir. I. IMIt S. .HIn
Mar I. ItH. and a like mm on may Plan now gives home owners call. We'll gladly explain the
Club at meeting held Mondayat Present besides the hostessesand lot of carp cakMoar. INr thrmfUT to the)opportunity to make service.
and Including Mar I. IK70I and '4._ Ml
Miami Mrs.
guests were:
the home of Mrs. J. W. English and 1, BROOKER
May I H71. a* May IB7J. needed and LUMBER CO.
repair
l-The other officers, also reelected Vane N. Harris, Mrs. C.: A. Gray, It II too purpose of this rt.in* to very
Mrs.. Lewis Brandenburg, Mrs. torailn and. provide th.t mid bond har improvement and arranges Phone 6t Hot 4UIInmf'ltn"
are: first vice-president, hill h* pM wHhln SO nan frwn the
Mrs. Julian H. Webster; second Lee.H. Lehman Mrs. R. E. Edwards date ,......, hi the principal amounts bialn easy and convenient Fla.
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lio OPt forth, and b. It
vice-president, Mrs. Frank Haus-: Mrs. G. I. Gault, Mrs. Wm. FURTHER REnOLVUt that the pro- monthly payment WANTEDWILL
secretary Mrs. A. Musselwhite, Mrs. W. R Reed rank of MM 100.... Moll br mind ..'l....
man; recording .._
M. Logan; corresponding secretary Mrs. J. W. Roland,. Mrs. Carl lvlr>Mt for,the....", and tt.lip*It purposes berrlaakvn BROOKER LUMBER CO. BUY 10 to SO acres of south

I Wagner Mrs. Collier, Mrs. M. L. FURTHER: RESOLVED that .. el.tieabe
Mrs. W. E. Rheney; treasurer .Iled end It II booby onkred that Dade County land from the
Mrs. J. Tom Vann; music Dawkins, Mrs Logan Mrs. E. H. es 01"100 shall he held in moo -.1 Lumber Hardware, Bask owner direct. I am more Interested *

Gallaher, Mrs. Rheney, Mrs. Tax BclMol District No. I Pno. County. Doors, Tools in the
criticMrs.. Joa. Elder) junior P1orld, on Timdny. May 1. 111. In ron.avllon quality of the
counselors; Mrs. Bevo'Webb and Webb, -Mrs. B. E, Gatlin, Mrs. S. with the star and Count Prl Phone (1 Homestead, FlaABC, land than In the buildings.! Must
mart FlMthn to k. brld on MM d.t...
L. West and Mrs. H. L. Johnson.
Mrs. Howard Johnson. be cheap for cash. Address
: : within too Mall boon lit Ih* Melding ofawMml

The program numbers, given by and wrloMir ototion ands the Box A-139, Homestead Leadi-r
taw of Florida, to d !umbrae whether '
the choral club of the Miami LEGAL NOTICES the* null h* rued kr Mid iVMlol TniBVbool Enterprise. (s24))
DMrM 14.9 4k* ........ prrMr4for
Music Club, were announced by -.--- ---- ...
ta this . .ti II. In Mid .rhrttoaI UIOttlNU HVAMlED nigh
lOTirft OP SPECIAL TAX: SCHOOL qualified .kebab .f said I
the music club president, Mrs. C. .saeRcb.l
DISTRICT N.. t BOND ELECTION District No. 9 who an ::. : 4 school and grade school subject
H. Forbes. Soprano solos were FOR THK ISSUANCE OP ..It._. sham Ioe ..tit... tow .hail ho all..v d m Mrs. H. J. A B
given by Mrs. Frances Griffin rose PI'R.1: (.%) BONDS Of _, Nook. ., asks .Iootlnn and theb.kllsr Armstrong ,
HAtn DISTRICT. basal shall Ioe published Ease Plummet drive and Country
and Mrs. Lillian Hohler. Notlor U btrrhr >I... that puiavanlto emb week far fear mmosse g prim Club !.
,
too torn, olrortlon and anthorlt of M the date of Ih* boMInf homer In s roal
The hostesses, Mrs English, that .arts!. Nalutlon of TV Board of ...-...... paklbhrd In MM dMHrt If
Mrs. E. L Lawrence and Mrs. Pakll laitrortlo ., Dad ()OOO...". Klort. the W sub .*_pot an puhlhhHltMhrrww
.... pa-wd end adopted .t K.. dulroilnMrntloa ad In a nrwvpaprr pnblinhtd In 1Ht
Vann, served a salad course and ,I legally rot" speelal m.esing bolds Dade Count, Florida and b* It t ::rI
Iced tea. The apartment was decorated stied Room Building 0' too MI County Match Scheel W. ''Ioe'I FURTHER RESOLVED Out the ronov i

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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 2.(, 1942ADPrilONAL

-.....a.am a ,- n..w,,... ...., ...... , .w..-..... ..,.... .,.... present symnaiilum for Kafrttrutl
BEDLAND CLUB WILL GIVE (Continued from Pile ;Smelt) anwdon
; : SOCIAL EVENTS: BOOKS FOB VICTORY DRIVE: I Int ha and are handy designated al ratln now .of,..rum.. _..hlni. hnttlw.and ln( lt.r.ra a
placat. for the holdlaf of ..M elect.., tie... .."". .doIo. additions and ni.,.pnwnt
This evening, memben of the '" wilt for aU plans nt aahaat buildings
I (I) City Hall HoaMatoad. Florida,
Woman' Club of the Redland FOB BONDS AGAINST BONDS'
at which will VM muHflrd aferton
HIALEAH B. P. W. C. MEMBERS GUESTSOF will meet In the clubhouse'to sort who an rnaholdrn residing /In ConnlyKlactMa
Helot No. US;
HONOR AT POT-LUCK DINNER HERE'i : out' book for the victory drive. (SI) City Hall, Florida Cttr. Florida
This special meeting was plan. at which will' soot. guallfM alarum The aforaaaM Mutation Mammon.
.
who ... freeholders mUin In Comnty and adopted aforaaald >
----- ned at Tuesday's meeting. Mn. EUeUoa Precinct No 114. caused la .. published In aoaaanlon with
and aa a part of this notkta ttt election
and ha HFURTHER
Guest of honor at a pot-luck was Introduced] by Mrs. Cloi, Frank W. Stillman wa reelected to which reference la mad, far the ._..s
: that
Mr. RESOLVED soling moshines of principal of SOW bond the rate at In-
secretary Seymour Dane *
Stewart, program chairman. aa pnacribad by the laws at Florida
dinner given by the Homestead torsos the some shall bear. the naturltlotUMraoT.
A short but witty talk by Mra announced the appointment of bell ha litlllard I.he bolding of aaMrbetlon the date and time of the holdlafol
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Business and Professional Worn.en' In Inn .ItIshe Stela and ...,
author M... Clns Stewart and Mrs. D. sold election and the respective ,
Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper, County Primary Election aforesaid and for voting thermos and all other Inlormatloa
Club Monday night were and world 'traveler, was another. ai 1I.mn" to serve with Mr*. that the ballad to ha wed In the holdlncof ta mid resolution aontajMdTha -
said atoatlon ahall ha la
four member of the Hialeah B. feature of the dinner. Dave Kufeldt on the program the following form aubrtantlally T .'01001 poll> A.at M Mid and aweUon class at will sundown open on at
P. W. C.. Fait State President Mn. Green Rive led In the salute committee, and of Mrs. M. A. sold date of, May S. IMS. and at which
Vine Betterley, Dr. Estella G. to the flag, and Mr*. Ben Baker and Mrs. Geo. W. Turnerto SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT No. a aid who. are alactlon fnaholdna only duly raaMlne qualified In said ftarun.....
Norman of Miami Battle Creek Archer, the president, presided. serve with Mrs. B. A. Waldln DADB COUNTY FLORIDA alai T.. School District No. I nay vote.
Sanitarium, Mill Gertrude Estill, At the close of the dinner Mn. on the auditing committee. Mrs. BOND MAY. ELECTION t. 1911OFFICIAL Board IN WITNESS of Public WHEREOF Instruction. of aald Dada The
executive aecretary of Dr. John Katz conducted an Impromptu Geo. W. Turner wa made re- County. Florida. hat caused this nolle* toutad
.... ....
BALLOT be and published under Ha
Harvey Kellogg of the Battle sale of the food that wa left and porter for the Homestead Leader- poratanania and aral hy and throiiih ItsSecretary
Creek Sanitarium, and Mn. Clara the return plus a few donations Enterprise hall special Tax School District No. this led day of April, ll<>.
*. Dada 4% hoada In THE BOARD OF PUBLIC
Lee Hall, secretary of the Hia'leah made a gift of $4.SO for Dr. Tuck the .c.n'lir'ar';: the purpose of STRUCTION OF DAUS COUNTY IN.
club. Each made a brief er's rellef-for-China fund. purrhailu additional school sites aon.tranlon tLORIDABy ,
address. W. 8. C. S. CIRCLES of. furnishing and tanlpplnf anaaditorlnv JAMES T. WILSON
Before the dinner Mn. I. P. HOLD APRIL In the vlclnaia of Homactead lupert..n and .............
The dinner was aerved in the McLean sang three numbers, MEETINGSFour High School alteration. of and equipping (Apr. 10.1.. 114. May 1. IIdl
lovely outdoor living room of 'Just to Hear You Whisper," of the five W. S. C. S. circles -
Avocado Lodge, home of Mn Schubert' "Serenade" and "Moth- of Homestead Methodist
Herbert Katz, club hostess for the erhood", to piano accompanimentby Church met Tuesday
evening. Mn. T 1.. Hodge Mary Fer The Belle Bennett Circle after
Passion vine blossom and Eater -I rell Dickinson, author of "Moth a Bible study period conductedby NORMAN N. BLAKLEYa
llllei decorated the long table erhood," wa introduced a* a Mrs. Sam J. Davis worked on .
act with green china and loaded: charter member of the Homesteadclub. Red Cross sewing, a quilt of
with pot-luck foodi. Canaries wool. .
in the near-by sun room and an Present beside those already Mn. J. A. McNeill, hostess, For
occasional whippoorwill in the mentioned were: Mn. Chas. W. served Ice cream and cookies.
tree toper furnished music throughout Camp, Mrs. J. F. Hammett, Mn. Mrs. Vivan Booth gave the de-
the evening.The James Nesbitt, Mrs. Flora D. votional, and Mn. E. S. Caplinger LegislatureGroup

guest speaker, Dr. Emma Myen, Mn. Chas. Clinton Mia presided.The .
Tucker, sister of Mra. J. M. Hol. Anne Ryan, Mr. Frank Morris, Perle Davis Circle met t
ferty of South Allapattah Gardens Mn. Isabel Sawyer of Philadelphia with Mn. Geo. Smith. Mn. T. A.

and an honorary member of Mr*. E. A. Froscher, Mr. Ferguson gave a devotional on
the B. P. W. C. of Hampshire Walter D. Friend Mn. Roy rood neighbor texts, and plans
I" for the choir dinner made. I, ... Municipal Night Court: India
County, Mass, told of her expel Chandler, Mrs. Holferty, Mn. W. were r. .r.
l rlence ai 'medical missionary In K. Walton, Mrs. Sophia Ahlcn Mr. Smith served orange juice I Member at American ...... Srrradwltt
China where she and her husband Mn. and cookies to those present, Mr.
Mary D. Stadlg and Mn. W. American form far two raaraIn
served from 1902 till last fall She W. Allan.I' and Mr. Ferguson, Mn. O. 1..
Showalter, Mn. L. W. Wyman, 1 Franca.Slanda .
Mn. A. S. Moye Miss Allie Ferguson
:MRS. R. N. HERMAN ....
GIVES PLEASANT and Miss Helen Livingston. u far acaimny thai will

AT-HOME IN FLORIDA CITY RESIDENCE Mra. Geo. Hanson entertained I ndaca taaM hy ....... aft wiinatafaary

the: Marian Fleita Circle where ......., Ward M' (tiiailailana
--- I the following social service report ".......... "
One .
of ,
the pleasantest event and allailnaUn
Chandler
Roy Mrs. A. F.
,
Darllpg, ,was given: visit, 22; trays,
of the week was an at-home given Mn. B. E. Gatlin. Mn. Jack Gat- 24; cards to the sick or sorrowing,
Monday by Mn. R. N. Herman, lin, Mn. H. J. Brockett, Mn. J.' 12j; bouquets 11; supplies, $3 Stead far m.latalaln. kick aland
winter resident of Florida City. &t Hotferty] Mrs. Ira J. Haynes,I worth. Mn. H. 1.. Brown led the ands of adwtattaa-fall ...... tema
The room were decorated with Mrs. Glenn Bule, Mn. T. L.: Bible study. LOYAL UNSELFISH property and promptly paid takdMn.BONESf .
gladioli and lilies, and the hosUea Hodges, Mn. Jan N. Harris, Mrs.J. Mrs. Ranson served sherbet and .
and her assistant wore L. Ballard. Mn. Lucy Hole, cookie.
matching corsage Mrs. F G. Hathaway, Mn. Adrian Miss Allis Ferguson was hostess -
Mn. Herman received her Jacob, Mrs R. C, Jackson, Mrs. to Outlook Circle which studied -
guests in a black lice gown M. W. Kent, Mrs John B. Korn, a chapter of "Exploring the ray Political Advartim"Ofto
trimmed with rhlnettone She Mn. Rudolph Mattson, Mn. Wil* Bible. '
wag assisted by Mrs. Carl F. liam Lounsery, Mrs. W, H.
Robinson, Mn. U R. Becker, Mn. Owen, Mrs. ,L, O Neal, Mrs.
A. A. Payne, Mn. Paul Haley and John Rick, Mn. J. J. Robertson,
Mrs. Geo. M. Frick. Mn. Mary Catherine Picard, Mrs.
Mill Virginia Frick in pink Chas. Pratt, Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle
lace and organdie and Miss Sue Mn. C. Ben Plummer, Mrs. T. D.Plche. .
Robinson in blue organdie presided Mn. W. E. Rowell, Mr*. We need him 'NOW'more -
at the punch bowl. Green Rives, Mn. Grace McL.
The guest Included: Mrs Ja- Smith, Mrs. W. L. Sawyer, Mn. R.
son Avery, Mrs. Charles Becker, E Trotter, Dr. France Tucker,
Mn. M. M. Black. Mrs. J. R. Mn. N. Gelderen, Mill Rosalyn than ever !
Brooks, Mrs. A. F. Arthur, Mn. Becker and Mill Anne Bellow


I' GARDEN CLUB PLANS TO ENTERTAIN I AMERICA U at war to preserve our enemies who murder and rob

SOLDIER GROUP IN :MUNICIPAL PARK decency throughout their neighbors who threaten our

I the world. But victory would pot civilization by attempting to undermine -

Plan for entertaining groupsof Walton were named delegate to I meaD much if we tailed to protect its foundations of law and

soldiers were made at a meeting a federation meeting HpUywood the* two fundamentals) of democracy Justice.

I of South Dade Garden Clubat next week. I II at horn. The criminals who
the home of Mrs. Chas. Pratt I At the close of the program Criminals will not cease their"war"
punch and cookies were served In would destroy them must b* pun- '
Monday. The tint against us merely because
party, it was the dining room by the hostesses, Uhd.
decided, will be held May 4 In the Mrs. Pratt and Mn. J. A. Rick w* are busy with a war of our own.

municipal park where a pot-luck The room were attractively The criminals Dad and Monroe) Instead they will kill destroy and
dinner will be aerved to twenty decorated with gladioli and
roses.
Counties HAVE been punished while steal with renewed energy and impudence
soldier boy Each club member Each guest took home with her a
will bring six sandwiches, a pot- bouquet of nasturtium G. A. Worley has keen Start At If they can' get away

luck dish and a pie. Guest at the meelng Included: tomy. They will continue to bo If with HIThat!

A flower arrangement film was Mr*. 1.. O. Neffl, Mr E.: A. Car- h* U re-elected. Kb brilliant record
shown and new flower arrange ter, Mr J. M. Holferty] Mrs. F. Is why we need] a profession. *
I' ment book were distributed.Mrs. F. Tucker, Mrs Jas. Robertson,' has established CII an able. Wedat experienced State Attorney who
Annie R. Butler president, Mrs. Wm. Dunlop, Mrs. Sophie iCed and Inexorablehim prosecutor el
j Mn. 3. J. Lynch and Mrs. W. K. Ahlen and Mrs. T. L. Hodge' has PROVED his abittty to ferret out
s14 and prosecute criminals a nan

MISS LOIS BEHRENS TO BE PRESIDENTOF like C. A. Worley now. more then

II UNIVERSITY CLUB FOR COMING YEARMiss 1 erw. before.


Lois Behren wee elected loan scholarship to Miss Rita : Ut'skeepUaioathefeU

i\ president of the University Clubat Dent. Homestead High School
a meeting held Wednesday senior who will take a nurse/
( night at the home of Mrs Jane training court IE-ELECT
L. Bird. Serving with His Behren The memben voted to give
i will ae: Mrs Green Rive, four dollars each In addition to
Vice-president; Mrs. J. G. Wynn, two-dollar due In order that' G. ,WOKLEY:
secretary; Mrs. H. Q. Thurman the annual scholarship could be
I treasurer t and Mr. Ben Archer, awarded next year without the!

historian Mrs. W. R. Bird, president 1 holding of a bridge tournament. I STATE ATTORNEY
presided and Mrs. Howard Rummy wa enjoyed after the
Johnson served a* chairman of business session. Mrs. Tburman Eleventh Judicial Circuit
the nominating committee.In won the hlgh-ecor prize and Mice
addition to the college scholarship Virginia Stewart, the low-score Patttteri AdwtN..osP.id Vr Prism).
to be awarded at the June prize.
meeting end because of war The hostess lined Ice cream
.needs, the club voted sj,and eke .

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